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Sea Girls want you to 'Open Up Your Head' with their new single

Not literally. Put down the saw, Barry.
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Published: 11:08 am, February 12, 2019
Sea Girls want you to 'Open Up Your Head' with their new single

Fast-rising Sea Girls have dropped a brand new single.

Titled 'Open Up Your Head', the song was premiered last night (Monday 11th February) as Annie Mac's Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1, and follows up on previous effort 'All I Want To Hear You Say'.

Speaking about the song, frontman Henry Camamile explains: “’Open Up Your Head’ is about being your own worst enemy but having someone believing in you unconditionally. Some people struggle with self-esteem, some people party too hard, and some people feel stuck from making wrong choices. It can be crucial having someone who offers a hand out of those places we don’t want to remain in.”

You can check it out below.

Sea Girls hit the road later this month. They'll kick off in Oxford on the 25th February before playing shows in Birmingham, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Leeds, Manchester, Cardiff and Portsmouth. They'll finish up at London's heaven on 8th March.

With that out of the way, they'll also play a bunch of festivals, including Neighbourhood Weekender, Community, Tramlines, Kendal Calling and Y Not.

Their forthcoming dates read:

February
25 Oxford, Academy 2
26 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
27 Edinburgh, Mash House
28 Newcastle, Northumbria Institute 2

March
1 Leeds, Key Club
5 Manchester, Gorilla
6 Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
7 Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
8 London, Heaven

May
25 Neighbourhood Weekender

June
30 Community Festival

July
12 Sounds Of The City
18-21 Tramlines Festival, Benicassim, Spain
25–28 Kendal Calling, Standon Calling
26–28 Y Not Festival, Truck festival

August
7- 11 Boardmasters Festival

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